Long soaks in a bathtub are nice, but luxury showers can be invigorating and relaxing. Arguably, the most important part of the shower is the shower head. There are many things to consider when picking out a shower head.

Whether you are remodeling your house or looking to upgrade your current shower head, keep reading to learn how to pick the best one for you.

How to Pick the Best Shower Head

Before you run out to the hardware store or jump online, make sure you know what you’re looking for. Many people give a lot of thought to picking the best bathtub, but forget that the shower head is important too.

You’ll need to know what kind of fittings you have for shower heads and what type of plumbing work you’ll need to be done if you plan on upgrading to a different type of shower. Of course, getting a professional to take care of these tasks may be the safest option.

So what is it you need to know? Let’s break it down to make this easy and fun.

Under Pressure

A common complaint about shower heads is that the pressure is low. Most people prefer a strong flow of water and while shower heads can help, there are many factors that impact water pressure.

If the pressure is your key concern, make sure you check everything that may be lowering your water pressure.

If it looks like your pipes are ready for high pressure, then you’ll want to look for aerated shower heads that mix air with water to create that high-pressure feeling since the EPA has limited the amount of flow that shower heads can put out.

Which Head?

There isn’t just one style of a shower head. Design and function are factors that deciding on early will make shopping much easier.

Standard shower heads are certainly the most cost-efficient but will have limited options. Some will allow you to switch between a few different sprays, but you won’t be able to remove them or get ones with much pressure.

Hand-held shower heads are a great way to improve your shower experience without breaking the bank. They give a lot more options for spray types and since they are removable, you can clean those hard-to-reach spots much easier.

Top-mount shower heads aren’t just relaxing, they’re a status symbol. They will take a lot of plumbing work to install and they aren’t always the easiest shower heads to clean, but anyone who has used one will tell you they are so worth it.

If you want the spa experience, you can install multiple shower heads, also known as body sprayers, if you have the right shower stall for it. This gives you water coming at you from several angles and directions, making for an unforgettable experience.

Make It Rain

Regardless if you’re going for a standard shower or a top-mounted shower head that makes it feel like you’re cleaning yourself during a massive thunderstorm, picking the right one for you will make you excited to take your morning showers.

The best shower head may be very different than what you’re currently using, so if you need some great supplies and parts or want to do some more work in your bathroom, contact professionals now.